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    Enable & Disable Categories

    :blush: Turns out it was caused by index.php in Featured Products v1.6.3.
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    Enable/Disable categories contribution

    :blush: Turns out it was caused by index.php in Featured Products v1.6.3.
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    Enable/Disable categories contribution

    After installing Disable/Enable Categories I have the same error: 1054 - Unknown column 'p.products_image_med' in 'field list'. This error message is only shown on the bottom of the Categories pages where the New Products infobox* should be. It must be related to this: when I imported enable_disable_categories.sql, I got the following error from phpMyAdmin: #1060 - Duplicate column name 'categories_status. :rolleyes: Any ideas what is causing the sql error? * In my case its the Featured Products v1.6.3 infobox.
  4. sdowns

    Enable & Disable Categories

    After installing Disable/Enable Categories I have the same error: 1054 - Unknown column 'p.products_image_med' in 'field list'. This error message is only shown on the bottom of the Categories pages where the New Products infobox* should be. It must be related to this: when I imported enable_disable_categories.sql, I got the following error from phpMyAdmin: #1060 - Duplicate column name 'categories_status. :rolleyes: Any ideas what is causing the error? * In my case its the Featured Products v1.6.3 infobox.
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    Enable/Disable categories contribution

    :rolleyes: Enable/Disable Manufacturers would be great too!
  6. The excellent Featured Products add-on replaces the standard New Products for January infobox. However, two or more such infoboxes on the main page would allow a store to showcase important groups. For example, they could contain Our Core Products & Our Star Product. Some example stores are shown below. :rolleyes: If possible, please let us know how to add these additional product infoboxes and databases. __________________________________________________ Current Featured Products add-on Example Store 1 Example Store 2 Example Store 3
  7. When a buyer proceeds to checkout, most of the fields in PayPal's checkout screen are beautifully populated from the buyer's osCommerce profile. However, the following remain blank: Billing Address Line 2 (optional): Home Telephone (optional): Email: As a result, the poor buyer must type this information again. :rolleyes: Is it possible to auto-populate these overlooked fields? p.s. The "Suburb" would populate the "Billing Address Line 2" field.
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